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Fenns Meadow Green Burial Ground, Whitchurch, Shropshire

Fenns Meadow is part of Alkington Grange Farm, which has been farmed by the Blantern family for 3 generations. Previously a thriving Dairy Farm, Alkington Grange has had to move and change with the times. Fenns Meadow itself sits within a pastureland of 10 acres.

Fenns Meadow is positioned on high ground, facing a North Westerly direction, perfect for watching the beautiful sunsets that regularly occur. The views from the site stretch across to North Wales, Cheshire and Liverpool. The Llangollen Canal borders the western side of the farm and it is close to the SSSI's of Fenns and Whixhall Mosses.

We offer the sale of plots within our meadow for natural burials and the internment and scattering of ashes.

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Contact Emma & James Blantern

Site Address Alkington Grange

Alkington

Town Whitchurch

County Shropshire

PostCode SY13 3NH

Telephone 01948 880002 or 07968 447540

Type of Plots Available

Natural burial plots

Interment of ashes

Scattering of ashes

Price list is on website

Burial of Pets

Families can help to dig the grave

Families can backfill the grave

Memorials Trees, Benches, Entry in memorial book and website entry page


Access

Disabled access

No appointment necessary to visit burial ground

Dogs on leads welcome

Visiting opening hours Free access via public footpath

On site facilities Car Park, Wc(s), Barn for gathering available upon request


Funeral Arrangements

You may choose whichever funeral director you wish

Completely natural, biodegradable coffin materials

The future of the site, its maintenance and management
Will become a charitable trust long term. Maintenance and management carried out by owners of site

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